The Hannibal Heritage Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution met Saturday, May 6, at the home of member Stephanie Raimer.
The Hannibal Heritage Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution met Saturday, May 6, at the home of member Stephanie Raimer. Evelyn Trickel of Trenton, Mo., presented a program on the Orphan Train. Trickel, a fellow DAR member, has done extensive research on the Orphan Train topic and authored books on the subject. She presented two volumes to Hannibal Heritage member and Missouri DAR State Librarian Kay Ellis for the use of the Hannibal-LaGrange University Library.
Any woman who is interested in knowing more about DAR or in making an application for admission is encouraged to contact a Hannibal Heritage Chapter member or the Chapter Registrar Sue DeLaporte at 573/822-8597 or firstname.lastname@example.org. General information may be obtained by viewing the Missouri State Society’s website at www.mssdar.org or the National Society’s website at www.dar.org.